Matriarchy - matriarchie
1. matriarchate :: matriarchate
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Sensational - (sensasionele) :: The news media have also become more sensational more prone to scandal and possibly less accurate
Churn - (kansellasies) :: This is unlike other funds which churn their portfolio in a neverending search for hot stocks
Comfortable - (gemaklik) :: The other volunteers made a big effort to show me the ropes and I was comfortable in no time at allSEE ALL
Baby - (baba) :: this plan is Sens baby
Back - (terug) :: The offensive slogan is written is written in letters six inches high on the back of the garment
Background - (agtergrond) :: Now I can see myself in that niche Ive always liked being the lieutenant who keeps things running smoothly in the background
Backward - (agteruit) :: His volunteers used to visit each and every house to collect rice and other things just to give solace to the economically and socially backward personsSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Incise - (graveer) :: After the surgeon incises the fascial layer extends the incision proximally and distally and retracts medially and laterally he or she measures the patellar tendon width
Inclination - (geneigdheid) :: cometary orbits vary widely in inclination
Incoherent - (onsamehangende) :: Darin was right I did feel better after babbling my incoherent misgivings
Incongruous - (onvanpas) :: The girls will screech when she says this fall about laughing because for someone so tiny and sweet the incongruity of these words is hilarious and she knows it
Inconsequential - (onbelangrike) :: They watched TV and chatted inconsequentially before going for a drink at half past nineSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Kneel (kniel) :: Then he noticed her she was kneeling with her back to him but her long black curls were unmistakable
Redden (red) :: The young captain reddened imperceptibly and his smile got wider
Trigger (sneller) :: The coin was put in the slot that used to trigger the fountain and the last person shot out to the centre of the lake
Unreserved (onvoorwaardelike) :: Prices for unreserved seating start from 13 and for reserved cost from 73 to 162